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November 25, 2020

In this first part of our four-part series about Digital Transformation, I’ll discuss the critical beginning of a business’s digital transformation and identify how significant commitment and talent are toward the success of the business goals.

Commitment and Talent are intertwined. This is true to any endeavor, but is paramount to success when it comes to transformations of business, teams, technologies and w...

November 9, 2020

In a 4-part series, we delve into how businesses transform into a digital first business, the pitfalls and the key pieces which must be addressed to fully de-risk the journey.

A business’s Digital Transformation goal is to increase the focus on customer interactions and experiences, reduce costs, increase margins and quickly adjust to customer needs and market conditions with new products, technologies and pro...

October 12, 2020

As the cost of Software Maintenance for legacy systems increase, can you turn these applications into innovation drivers? Understanding what you have is the first step.

For many companies the IT cost of maintaining existing applications, whether called Keep the Lights On (KTLO), Business as Usual (BAU), Operations and Maintenance (O&M) or simply Software Maintenance, is a significant part of the overall budget...

September 12, 2020

Data privacy challenges are garnering worldwide attention, with data positioned as the new oil. When reports and interviews around data privacy are covered by the New York Times, 60 Minutes, and CNN, among others, it is time for companies to take notice. The European Union’s General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) went into effect on May 25, 2018. Enforcement has become real, as evidenced by the $57 million fi...

Digital asset: a trendy term or a transformative concept? A digital asset is simply content that is stored digitally, typically in commercial databases. However, in businesses, this straightforward content has many relevant, even crucial forms such as operational data, business processes, business systems, spreadsheets, text files, audio files, PDFs, word documents, HTML documents and more.

If your company is...

April 10, 2018

Once Dorothy and her colleagues made the journey to OZ, they quickly found out that there was no there, there (every now and then, one must throw in some Gertrude Stein).  The Wizard simply told her what she really should have known all along.   That classic is about self-reliance, and the ability to differentiate, understanding the real value of what is already there–and the real range of possibilities.  Dor...

January 30, 2018

There has, in recent years, been a significant paradigm shift in computing.  The original computing model was that you would write a generalized program and bring separate sets of data to the program.

This was the model used back when Alan Turing invented his BOMBE machine to decrypt the Nazi’s Enigma cipher and also by the people who built ENIAC at the Moore School of Engineering to compute artillery Ballisti...

December 27, 2017

This year there were several innovations in fintech that have represented true industry disruption. Each of these technologies has the potential for large scale disintermediation as they mature–and perhaps more importantly—offer even greater synergies as they combine.

Overall, fintech firms have a velocity advantage with most of these technologies, since the early focus on foundational data quality and data st...

September 28, 2017

You can have data without information, but you cannot have information without data.”

– Daniel Keys Moran

The term Big Data is probably a misnomer by now, given the breadth of global data proliferation.  Moore’s law used to be the oft cited benchmark around processors.  That was then.  While impressive, overall data growth has become the more pertinent benchmark in today’s world—perhaps Massively Big Data shoul...

July 31, 2015

It is a well-known Software Engineering axiom that the cost of building a system only represents 25% to 30% of its cost.  The cost of maintaining and enhancing a system is far greater as the operational life of a system is typically much longer than the build cycle.  So one must think in terms of Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). If maintenance and enhancements attributes to over 70% of the cost over the li...

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